Build the Sisterhood – the first principle of flight, a manifesto of the Oiselle Volée. Probably the number one reason I joined Volée. From the manifesto it reads:
“We are only as strong as the bonds we build. And while most of us have them, we want to do more. We want to raise the ante in showing how women can support other women. To go further with the sisterhood …fostering strength and leadership not just in competition, but through every action, every day.” – See more at: http://www.oiselle.com/blog/oiselle-team-manifesto
As I settle into my new life, back in sunny Southern California, I am doing a lot of soul searching. What do I want my life to look like? The first thing I do when trying to figure out how to do anything, is look around and see how other people are doing it. So, I’ve spent a lot of time then, thinking about the women around me, their lives, and what it looks like. I have an amazing collection of sister heroes that I will highlight here. These are the stories of my #sisterheroes.
A hero is a person idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. These women are just that: fierce, strong and full of courage to dream big dreams and reach their goals no matter how big or how small.
There are so many inspirational women out there, I hope to continue to write about those near me. As the name implies, I plan to focus on women I view as peers, friends, and colleagues, but will not omit those I see as mentors as this series evolves.